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[captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy. visit ncicap.org] >> wisn 12 news starts right now with breaking news. patrick: right now on wisn 12 news this morning. breaking news -- unrest in the streets of milwaukee. >> we are asking every resident of this community to do everything they can to help us restore order. patrick: violence erupts overnight -- hours after a deadly officer-involved shooting. >> we have to go through the process of finding justice. but we have to be able to restore order to these neighborhoods. patrick: buildings and cars set on fire. businesses looted. officers injured. shots fired. people arrested. >> this entire community has set back and witnessed how wisconsin -- milwaukee, wisconsin has become the worst place to live as african americans in the entire country. this is the warning cry.
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patrick: we have live team coverage, on the ground and in the air, as the community deals with the aftermath left behind. thema: the situation that's been unfolding in milwaukee is making headlines all across the country. video from overnight shows fires burning at several local buildings. patrick: other businesses were broken into and looted as police in riot gear work to contain crowds of people. all of this has been taking place in the same general neighborhood -- near sherman and burleigh. here's a map showing some of the other main locations, in the thema: newschopper 12 is flying above the sherman park neighborhood. this is a live look of some of the aftermath. we will check in with matt salemme in just a moment. partick: we have a team of crews covering this situation right now. thema: before we check in with them, we want to get you caught
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multiple buildings were set on fire, including a b.p. gas station, o'reilly auto parts, bmo harris bank, jet beauty supply, and p.j.'s supermarket. firefighters could not get to those fires right away because of security concerns. that's because police say shots were being fired all across the neighborhood. patrick: at the same time as those fires, other businesses were broken into and looted. at least one car was set on fire. three squad cars were damaged. one officer was injured when a brick was thrown at a squad car windshield. we've learned that multiple people were arrested during all of this, overnig barrett said three people were arrested. our crews across the neighborhood saw at least two other people being taken into custody, in the hours afterwards. it's been a busy morning for first-responders. thema: milwaukee police say they have restored order to the areas involved. our live coverage starts with wisn 12 news' nick bohr -- at
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nick: this is the district three headquarters, where the mayor was joined by four aldermen and police officials in an unprecedented midnight news conference here. it came even as fires were still burning about 10 blocks away. it started with a car fire, then spreading to more cars, and escalated to the b.p. gas station that's been the site of numerous protests in recent weeks after the owner's son fired shots to disperse a crowd he considered threatening. from there, the fires popped up at a nearby o'reilly auto parts, a beauty supply store, bmo harris bank, and a few blocks away, a liquor store and grocery store. six building fires in all. police say numerous shots were fired, including in the area of the responding firefighters which meant they had to stay back for a time while several of the properties burned. a squad was fired on and hit by a bullet, but no officers were in it at the time. >> the use of social media to get additional people to the scene, it was amazing in such a
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nick: police estimate at one point, maybe 200 demonstrators were on scene. they believe the vast majority of them came from areas outside of that general neighborhood. one officer was injured by brick thrown through a squad car. live in milwaukee, nick bohr, wisn 12 news. thema: is the b.p. gas station at sherman and burleigh. patrick: ben hutchison's live right now, have they started the cleanup? nick: we haven't seen anyone with b.p. or representing the gas station out here this morning. but the sun is coming up, taking over the rubble here behind me. it is extensive, totally destroyed. the gas station went up in
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the area simply wasn't safe. we seen people trying to walk inside, they are just looking for anything they can find. but everything is charred at this point. really just completely gone. it couple of people are gathering -- a couple of people are gathering, taking pictures, telling you they are not happy about things happening here. . thema: 13 coverage continues with matt salemme. patrick: he's once again live above the sherman park neighborhood. map: --matt: when we arrived here last night, the police officers were right here, you can see the burn marks. this is where we are mobiles
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sherman. they brought in some armored vehicles and they started to march down towards the b.p. gas station, where there were a couple hundred people still doing some damage to the intersection. they tore out the bus shelters and knocked over traffic signals. there's a grocery store at 44th, you can see that was looted. the garbage can was taken out from there and tossed in the middle of the street. inserted a scene like the crowd thinned out, and then we noticed a fire pop up over here at the b.p. gas station. that would raged, but fire fighters were able to get to it, unlike the b.p. segment you can see. because of all the flammables inside, that collapsed under the heavy smoke. from there, it went to jet beauty, right on the corner. and just at fond du lac, the bmo harris bank branch was the next area we saw fire activity. you can see there is still quite
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back to you. patrick: daylight revealing the damage this morning. other business owners in the neighborhood are waking up to check their buildings. thema: that includes a beauty supply store and an auto parts store near fond du lac and burleigh. wisn 12 news' sheldon dutes is live this morning with more of the damage left behind. sheldon: good morning. you can see it so much more clearly now that the sun is up. i spoke to a woman who came out not too long ago, she just wanted to know why. she didn't understand what could have caused all of this to carry on for all the standards that we are seeing around the neighborhood, including the damage to the o'reilly auto parts. she was very frustrated to see that people with damage and destroy the businesses in her neighborhood. she kept asking why very a lot
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, when they see damage like the damage we are looking at the o'reilly auto parts. i want to give you a comparison of what it looked like when i was out here last night. i've been here since late last night, covering the developments have seen how the neighborhood has changed with the firefighter response. firefighters were out here for hours last night, try to get the upper hand on the fire here at the o'reilly auto parts. the last truck didn't leave until it wasn't the only fire they were responding to. not too far away from here, they were also responded to a fire at pjs supermarket. as a small corner store not too far away from here. in addition to some other fires that were happening closer in the vicinity of 35th and fond du lac in burleigh. i want to show you a live look at what's happening here, where i am outside of the o'reilly auto parts. i have been here since last
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streets lincoln fight that fire. the police officers that were walking around in riot gear keeping an eye on the area. i have to say from the time i was out here last night, i have not seen any clashes with police, other than police taking a couple of people into the back of the police wagon. we are still waiting to find out why they were taken back there. thema: sheldon, thank you. overnight, we got an update from milwaukee mayor tom barrett and other city leaders about the efforts to get things under control. patrick: the mayor said the neighborhood where this is ha neighborhood, where people have lived for a long time and officers will work to make sure families are safe. tom barrett: we are asking every resident of this community to do everything they can to help us restore order. and that means, again parents of young people -- as you can see from the video, there are a lot of young people congregate in.
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if you love your son, if you love your daughter, text them, call them, pull them by the ears and get 'em home. get them home right now. we don't seeing more loss of life, we don't want to see anymore injuries. and we are going to stay on this. patrick: restoring calm was the theme of that press conference. thema: here's what common council president ashanti hamilton had to say. ashanti hamilton: we are calling on everyone to do what they possibly can to help restore calm in these neighborhoods. we understand the frustration that many people feel with the police community relation happening nationally. what we want to be able to do is gather the information. you have to understand that when we get the info, we share it with the public. there's nothing to hide. we're making sure it gets out
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we have to make sure there's -- we have to go through the process of finding justice. but we have to be able to restore order to these neighborhoods. i want you to think about the neighborhood that these situations are happening in. so, collectively, we want to call on committee members to -- community members participate. thema: a straight out plea from the alderman. >> our community is in pain. i want to let you know the other side of her situation. god bless the city, i love the
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hamilton, and raney and lewi mayor -- everybody. we gonna put resources in this budget. i'm going to finance -- i'm going to finance -- organizing this neighborhood. organizing the pastors -- yes the pastors are a big part of
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strength of this community. and we're going to partner with them to make a difference. thema: the epicenter of all this, the bp gas station at sherman and burleigh. patrick: police was set up at every building, and they received threats about the mall and social media. they responded to the mall as a precaution. at this point, it does not seem as though there were any actual incidents there. thema: during the overnight unrest, we learned that one officer was injured. patrick: but multiple d situation. the milwaukee police department tweeted a photo. you can see the vehicle's windshield was smashed. this was near sherman and auer. police say at least three squads were damaged. two of them had broken windows. an officer was hurt when a brick went through the window. another squad car was set on fire. police say the unrest started with yesterday's officer-involved shooting near 44th and auer.
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milwaukee police say two suspects ran away from officers during a traffic stop. during the chase, one of the officers saw one of the suspects, a 23-year-old, had a gun, and fired on that man. the man died at the scene. a large crowd gathered while police investigated and started yelling at officers. the department of criminal investigations is now investigating. the officer, a 24-year-old, was not hurt and has been placed on administrative duty. the other suspect was taken into custody patrick: here is what we know right now. protests overnight c sherman and burleigh in milwaukee. three people were arrested, that's according to the mayor. our crews captured at least two people being put into mpd police vans. there have been at least six fires set overnight, including one at a b.p. gas station. that building is destroyed. three people were inside that gas station when the fire started, but they got out safely. police say this all started with a fatal officer-involved shooting, sunday afternoon, near
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saturday afternoon, near 44th and auer. thema: we'll continue to follow this breaking news in just a moment. but we do want to get a quick check of today's forecast. patrick: let's check in with meteorologist sally severson. sally: lots in the way of sunshine, but look for a couple of vector clouds this afternoon. it disturbs will give it -- a disturbance will pivot across the state. rain and storm chances increase next week, were this coming week, actually, for wednesday and once again friday. as we look from the the milwaukee institute of design, 73 degrees. we are seeing temperatures warm up nicely. we look at high clouds this morning, and then some increase in clouds for this afternoon. we touch to around 81 degrees. there's a slight chance for a nice lighted shower this afternoon, with a few extra clouds. the most will stay dry. partly cloudy for tonight with lows in the low 70's.
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time the rain chances this week, coming up. thema: thank you, sally. wisn 12 news time is 7:16. this morning, we continue to follow breaking news from overnight. patrick: unrest in the streets of a milwaukee neighborhood. taking a live look from newschopper 12, this is pjs supermarket, one of six buildings set on fire in the sherman park neighborhood. we are a good look at the damage at all of these buildings this morning with the daylight giving behind. you can see police tape still in that area. we will check in with some of our reporters who are covering the story this morning. we have seen covered on the way. you're watching wisn 12 news
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thema: we continue to follow breaking news in milwaukee -- a night of unrest as protestors set fire to buildings in the sherman park neighborhood near sherman and burleigh. we have use for you from the ground and from newschopper 12.
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and looting started in response to a fatal officer involved shooting yesterday afternoon near 44th and auer. the department of justice is investigating that shooting. patrick: we have a team of and g started in response to a fatal reporters out this morning covering the situation. thema: let's check in with wisn 12 news' nick bohr, live near district 3 headquarters. nick: the district 3 headquarters also the communication center. last night, it was a command post for this operation. the disturbance about 10 blocks from here. those fires started first with car fires, which led to buildings, a gas statind moving on to several retail stores, a bank, and a liquor store. the district 3 police headquarters was also the site of an unprecedented midnight news conference here with the mayor and four aldermen -- i later talked with the milwaukee
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chisholm who arrived here to meet with the mayor and police officials. he said he has two roles -- making sure the investigation into the fatal police shooting is handled independently by the state department of justice, and to oversee any charges that may come from the night of fires and violence. >> any other efforts we can use to calm the situation and make sure that the people responsible for any criminal acts tonight are held accountable. we're going to do that as well. nick: police department continue m from all over the city, we've seen in this area early this morning. the chief of police, ed flynn, was out of town for a funeral. we're told it continues to monitor the situation from out of state. reporting live, nick bohr, wisn 12 news. patrick: following this news. thema: get a quick check of the weather. sally: early today, looking at sunshine. on our way to a very pretty day overall. there will be a couple of the
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it will disturbance is going to give it through, but most of the main action, if you are traveling to the gulf coast for today, call airlines for travel delays. tropical rain continues. mostly donated by high-pressure and warm air. for us, we are talking sunshine, especially for this morning. dry and miles to the morning. by about 3:00 this afternoon, partly to mostly cloudy at state fair, humidity levels in the comfortable range. it will be , not nearly as warm and muggy as it was last week. a stray isolated shower as a disturbance. it's 73 in shorewood, 65 round here. you warm up quickly, 66 at bayview. also 63 at elm grove and greenfield coming in at 65 with fields corners at 67. waukesha up to 63 at this hour
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amount of sunshine in place for us. it in the afternoon, this is today at lunch, still nice and dry over eastern wisconsin. take a look, by 5:00 this afternoon, we have a couple of clouds around and our model is kicking out a couple of stray showers. i really do think most of us will stay dry for today, but there will be a few clouds about. overnight, things are quiet. i'm concerned about the potential for patchy fog developing early tomorrow morning. tomorrow, more of a southeast wind, a few clouds tomorrow afternoon. i do think we stay dry with the best rain chances holding off until wednesday and then again friday. low 80's for today and for tomorrow, with a mix of sun and clouds for us today. i salute shower chances. wednesday brings us into the low 80's with a stray chance for a storm, and then wetter weather towards the end of the week. thema: think you, sally. wisn 12 news time is 7:24.
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patrick: unrest in the streets of a milwaukee neighborhood, following a fatal police shooting. fires and violence overnight. here's a live look from newschopper 12. you can see the damage at the gas station at sherman and burleigh. it is got this morning. we'll get a live support with
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patrick: welcome back to wisn 12 news this morning. we continue to follow breaking news. a tense night in milwaukee. several fires -- six of them, primarily in the sherman park neighborhood. those fires followed an fatal officer-involved shooting, saturday afternoon, in the area. here's a live look at the o'reilly auto parts near 35th and relied. -- free rely -- and burleigh. thema: ben hutchison has been on this story all morning. ben is live near the b.p. gas station at sherman and burleigh -- which is now destroyed. ben: there isn't much left of the gas station, a complete file
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kyle -- pile of rubble. about 11:00 last night, at 44th and burleigh, there were a lot of police in the area. it was just too dangerous. next we had an incident where we were sitting in our car, me into photojournalists, and at that time, we saw someone pull a gun in the middle of the street and started firing. they ran by our car is a continued firing, we unfortunately, none of the bullets when in our direction. that was an extremely good result in a potentially very bad situation. we left right away and continued to watch the b.p. burn from a far distance, and also from newschopper 12 at the time. you can see the result of that in the cars here behind me and off to the side. they are also burned. the fire spread, we've seen videos online of this numerous
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before it started burning. again, nothing really left out here now. a group of people gathering and taking pictures and video. a lot of them not happy with what happened here. at sherman and burleigh, ben hutchison, wisn 12 news. patrick: ben, thank you. we first told you about this story, as it happened, in a breaking news alert. it's sent right to your cell phone. if you don't have our app, just search wisn in your app store. you can also find complete coverage of the unrest in milwaukee on wisn.com. thema: this breaking news from overnight. patrick: fires, rest and violence in a milwaukee neighborhood, following a fatal officer involved shooting saturday afternoon. more team coverage with ben hutchison, nick bohr, and sheldon dutes is coming up in just a moment. as her take a live look at the burned-out cars and the b.p. station from matt's viewpoint in
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>> wisn 12 news starts right now with breaking news. thema: that breaking news is in milwaukee. unrest in the streets overnight after a deadly officer-involved shooting. buildings and cars destroyed, shots fired, and suspects behind bars.
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morning. all of this has been taking place in the same general neighborhood, near sherman and burleigh. patrick: let's pull up a map showing some of the other main locations in the surrounding area. firefighters, police, and other agencies responded this morning. it's been a very busy night. police say that order has been restored to that area. right now, newschopper 12 is flying above the sherman park neighborhood. we want to give you a live look, sh aftermath. daylight is giving us a look at the damage. we will in with matt salemme in news chopper 12. thema: our live coverage starts with wisn 12 news' nick bohr -- at district 3 headquarters. patrick: nick has more on the police response. nick: officers from all over the city were mobilized to respond to the situation. we are at district 3, and just thinking about what busy night the dispatchers had here. this is the committee cases center.
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they are walking out after what must of been a challenging shift for them. this all happened about 10 blocks away from here. police say a social media call for protesters after the fatal police shooting of a suspect armed with a handgun led to some hundreds of people descending on the neighborhood at its peak. vehicle fires spread to a gas station, and then five other businesses before the night was out. gunfire in the area of the fires prevented firefighters from working on those fires at leading to even more damage, first, until police were able to restore order with the help of three swat vehicles from milwaukee, milwaukee county, and waukesha county. police were coordinating the response operation from the district 3 police station here. the assistant police chief giving a briefing here at midnight. >> we are monitoring the situation from the
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we have our supervisors paying close attention to the calls for service in the rest of the city. we still have officers patrolling the rest of the city. we extended officers on their shifts so that incoming shifts are available to take calls for service. we call officers in from home, we tried to keep the burden on the current patrol force as minimal as possible, so they can continue to police our city and keep our neighborhoods safe. nick: police they arrested at least three people, as of midnight last night. we saw several others being arrested throughout the course of the early morning hours right now. evidence from the disturbance will be reviewed by the district attorney's office for possible charges. we hear from the district attorney, john chisholm, coming up in a few minutes. reporting live from district 3 headquarters, nick bohr, wisn 12 news. thema: thank you, nick. team coverage continues with matt salemme.
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understand your live over another fire. matt: it looks a good pile of trash that on fire at the intersection of center street and fond du lac. this started smoldering as we were over the neighborhood. it looks like a pile of some trash in boxes, and it's burning. i'm going to white now behind us business at the end section of center street and fond du lac avenue. we will continue to monitor the situation really know if it spreads or if we see any authorities arrive on the scene. back to you. patrick: should note that matt was over those fires last night and early this morning, providing us look from overhead. the overnight fires led to looting at some businesses. thema: wisn 12 news' sheldon dutes is live this morning with more on an auto parts store near fond du lac and burleigh. sheldon: i want to give you a different vantage point of the
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parts. debris littering the sidewalk, now that there is daylight and we can see into the building, look at this damage. this is what is left of this building. this business, this is all that is left after the fire raged through here last night, tearing through the roof and the windows. not much left. you can see the hollow shell of that building is what is here right now. i do want to show you some video from last night of what it looked like, just to give you a point of refce looks like now and what it did look like last night. crews had been battling this fire for hours last night, they were called out here late last night, one of six fires on the north side that they were responding to. this 1, 1 of the last ones that they left the scene from. the fire engine left around 3:30 a.m. another business not too far away, a corner supermarket grocery store, not too far away
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devastated. people are coming back to this area. i want a show you a live look of the damage at the o'reilly auto parts. people are waking up and seeing the shards of glass and the windows blown out and all of this damage. i spoke to a woman not too long ago who had this to say about seeing this devastating scene. >> i'm just try to figure out why. this is nonsense. this is crazy. anything in our neighborhood. this is why. this is how we live. sheldon: that's a question that some people are waking up and asking himself this morning. as they walk around the north side of milwaukee, seeing the damage at all these different businesses. back to you in the studio. patrick: lots of questions this morning. ben hutchison has been working the story since yesterday's
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look at the hardest hit areas, that b.p. gas station. ben: there's a man here behind me, one of the positive things we've seen today, he's helping clean up the trash here at the gas station. it's a really nice moment, a lot of people are looking at him doing that. it's very cool he is doing this. you can see behind him this gas station is completely destroyed. it all happened last night. we do have some video shows the flames just raging out of control. that was all between 10:00 p.m. and midnight last night. firefighters couldn't get close to the area because it was just too dangerous with the amount of people that were out here and things that were happening at that time it. back out here live, the damage completed destroyed here is the b.p. gas station, the man cleaning up some of the trash here, we will continue to follow this from burleigh and sherman.
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least three people are in custody after overnight fires and other unrest at sherman and burleigh. a gas station is destroyed, several other businesses are badly damaged. police say the started with a fatal officer-involved shooting saturday afternoon near 44th and auer. thema: we will continue following his breaking news all morning. patrick: let's check in with sally severson. sally: nicely through the 60's and into the upper 70's and low 80's for today. people sunshine for today. temperatures are holding right now at about 69 degrees at mitchell international. plenty in the way of morning sunshine for today. some increase in clouds for this afternoon as we look at a disturbance pivoting through. there is just a slight chance that we kick a stray sprinkle this afternoon. most will stay dry. plan on a few clouds with highs
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wisn 12 news time is 7:41. continue to follow breaking news overnight. patrick: unrest following a fatal police shooting. firefighters have been fighting six different fires in that area. this is a b.p. gas station, we understand that is a man taking up depleted was left behind. you can see police tape in place , the gas station is a shell right now, burned out and severe
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matt: we are following breaking news this in neighborhood. a fire burning in a pile of trash in the parking lot behind the fond du lac supermarket. that's the intersection where fond du lac center street and 20th street come together. you can see the fire burning out of control. a small pile of boxes and trash. as i white now, you will see it's in the back of the business. the fond du lac supermarket, looks like people walking on the street near the area, we did see a fire truck drives to the area.
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just down fond du lac avenue from the o'reilly auto parts store and the jet beauty -- the auto parts store at the bottom of the frame and jet beauty at the top. these are the areas where the fires were set intentionally last night. we are monitoring the situation and will keep you apprised of any new developments. patrick, thema, back to you. thema: we also have a team of reporters on the ground in milwaukee sherman park neighborhood. patrick: let's check in wit wisn 12 news' nick bohr -- live near district 3 headquarters. nick: milwaukee mayor tom barrett was joined here by four aldermen as well as police command staff here at district 3 in an unprecedented midnight news conference -- calling for calm that eventually prevailed. but the unrest roiled for hours, sparked by the fatal police shooting of a suspect armed with a loaded handgun. police say a call on social
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-- several hundred protesters to the neighborhood, first damaging a squad car, then a car fire, then a squad car fire, and on to a gas station, and eventually five other businesses torched before the night was out. i talked with the district attorney john chisholm after he met with the mayor here around 12:30 this morning. john chisholm: the unfortunate thing about this, is there are a lot of really committed people livin neighborhood who've been trying to address a lot of the issues that have been concerning neighbors. and particularly trying to engage youth in productive responses to concerns in the community. so this obviously a great concern that things turned the way they did tonight. nick: a police officer was injured when a brick was thrown through the window of a squad car.
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on those injuries, but they were not believed to be extremely serious. a police squad car was struck by gunfire, but the car was unoccupied. police here tell us they've arrested at least three people, as of midnight, but we saw several arrests after that here in the area. the numbers excited to climate. reporting live nick bohr, wisn , 12 news this morning. patrick: the unrest overnight is part of a violent weekend in milwaukee. thema: milwaukee police are investigating five homicides since 5:00 friday night. this is a map of those shooting four crime scenes, five killed and several more hurt. patrick: the officer-involved shooting happened yesterday afternoon in milwaukee's sherman park neighborhood. thema: milwaukee police say two suspects ran away from officers during a traffic stop. during the chase, police say one of the officers saw one of the suspects, a 23-year-old, had a
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crowds gathered during the investigation, later that evening is when things started to escalate. now, leaders across the city of milwaukee are trying to restore the peace. patrick: here's what common council president ashanti hamilton had to say. ashanti hamilton: all of them are trying to work extremely hard to take care of the concerns about what people have over this officer-involved shooting. but we want you to know we are going to push to keep info coming to the public so there's no need for you to think anything is being hiddro so please allow the process to work. allow the investigation to work. and the information will be shared with the public. thema: overnight, the coalition for justice sent out this tweet, encouraging people to clean up from last night's mess. they plan to meet at sherman park at 8:00 a.m. to "pray,
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7:49. we will continue to follow this breaking news from overnight. thema: but we do want to check today's forecast. meteorologist sally severson is in the weather center. sally: early today, keeping an abundant sunshine in place for us. a few high clouds showing up across the area. most of the weather action is concentrated along the gulf coast for today with a persistent area of low pressure has been. overall, we're going to feel the the next few days. a couple disturbances, we will see one this afternoon that will bring us a few extra clouds. temperatures have been climbing nicely, 70 at the airport, 64 at madison. upper 50's into the northwoods, rhinelander at 58. 66 in lacrosse, 61 at point. if you clouds going from time to time during the day, especially this afternoon, is that little
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81 degrees on a lighter west and southwest wind. the me show you the extra clouds that are around this afternoon. nice and dry through the morning, i do think we get to the afternoon dry. our model tries to kick a couple little showers. this could happen, i think it's really unlikely. for the most part, we're just when you deal with a few extra clouds. overnight and tomorrow morning, there is some chance we see a little bit of patchy fog developed. heads up if you typically drive see that tomorrow morning. my lunchtime, we once again deal with a few clouds, specially for tomorrow afternoon. our model grabbing a little bit of moisture, mostly just a cloudy sky the roles in for part of tomorrow afternoon. we're dry for the next few days. the next best chance of rain is later tuesday night into wednesday. once again towards the end of the week. that mix of sun and clouds today and tomorrow, as we reach into
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warm-up wednesday through friday. i think the wettest period will be friday into thema: thank you, saturday. sally. wisn 12 news time is 7:52. this morning, we continue to follow breaking news from overnight. and information this morning. patrick: an update right now, a garbage fire that was burning behind a supermarket in the area of fond du lac and center. you can see firefighters are now on the scene. that fire is out, they are putting water on some hotspots. this is just blocks away, ju auto parts store and beauty supply store burned last night. the fire that matt showed us appears to be out, with firefighters on the scene. much more team coverage about the situation from last night coming up in just a moment.
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oh, here comes nancy. wow, she's sure making a splash in that designer dress! and with a thicker, more fabulous formula, she's not splashing. you can wear anything and pour bleach. and her whiter whites, just dazzling. also try crystals and packs. patrick: welcome back. a tense night in milwaukee. fires followed a fatal officer-involved shooting, saturday afternoon, in the area. ben hutchison has been on this story all morning. thema: he also covered yesterday's officer-involved shooting that police say may have sparked this. ben is live near the b.p. gas station at sherman and burleigh, and it looks like it is
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there haven't been in a lot of positive moments in the last way for hours out here. the gas station is destroyed behind me. it burned to the ground last night. i want to bring in robert lewis, was helping a small group of people clean up the trash out front. >> and try to do every thing i can, i want to see the neighborhood get better, not worse. i'm trying to do a good job area did people are angry right no like that. ben: just leader mark. what was your reaction to yesterday's violence? >> i'm scared to come out at night. every time i look around, police shooting here, police shooting there, people stealing cars. they got their hands full. just try to help out the neighborhood.
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for your time, robert. he says high -- he says hi to sally. thema: people just showed up to see what was going on. we heard that woman earlier saying people just want to know why this happened. patrick: it is now 7:57. this is from newschopper 12, more people cleaning up at the
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[captioning made possible by wisn-tv] [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy. visit ncicap.org] >> wisn 12 news starts right now with breaking news. patrick: right now on wisn 12 news this morning. breaking news -- unrest in the streets of milwaukee. >> we are asking every resident of this community to do everything they can to help us restore order. patrick: violence erupts overnight -- hours after a deadly officer-involved shooting. >> we have to go through the process of finding justice. but we have to be able to restore order to these neighborhoods. patrick: buildings and cars set on fire. businesses looted. officers injured. shots fired. people arrested. >> this entire community has set back and witnessed how milwaukee, wisconsin has become the worst place to live as
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this is the warning cry. where do we go from here? patrick: we have live team coverage, on the ground and in the air, as the community deals with the aftermath left behind. thema: the situation that's been unfolding in milwaukee is making headlines all across the country. video from overnight shows fires burning at several local buildings. patrick: other businesses were broken into and looted as police in riot gear work to contain crowds of people. all of this has been taking place in the same genera neighborhood -- near sherman and burleigh. here's a map showing some of the other main locations in the surrounding area. right now, news chopper 12 is flying above the sherman park neighborhood. thema: this is a live look from some of the aftermath of the overnight unrest. we'll check in with matt salemme in just a moment. it is stunning to see some of these images. partick: we have a team of crews covering this situation right now. thema: before we check in with
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up with what happened overnight. multiple buildings were set on fire, including a b.p. gas station, o'reilly auto parts, bmo harris bank, jet beauty supply, and p.j.'s supermarket. firefighters could not get to those fires right away because of security concerns. that's because police say shots were being fired all across the neighborhood. patrick: at the same time as those fires, other businesses were broken into and looted. at lea fire. three squad cars were damaged. one officer was injured when a brick was thrown at a squad car windshield. we've learned that multiple people were arrested during all of this, overnight. as of midnight, mayor tom barrett said three people were arrested. our crews across the neighborhood saw at least two other people being taken into custody in the hours afterwards. it's been a busy morning for first-responders. thema: milwaukee police say they have restored order to the areas involved. our live coverage starts with wisn 12 news' nick bohr -- at
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with the best video, it was a massive police response. nick: it sure was. police officers coming from throughout the city, responding to that area. about 10 blocks of your, the mayor was here at midnight with four aldermen and police officials in an unprecedented midnight news conference here. they continued to monitor it from the comma a it started with a car fire then , a squad fire, and escalated to the b.p. gas station that's been the site of numerous protests in recent weeks after the owner's son fired shots to disperse a crowd he considered threatening. from there, the fires popped up at a nearby o'reilly auto parts, a beauty supply store, bmo harris bank, and a few blocks away, a liquor store and grocery store.
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police say numerous shots were fired, including in the area of the responding firefighters which meant they had to stay , back for a time while several of the properties burned. a squad was fired on and hit by a bullet, but no officers were in it at the time. >> the use of social media to get additional people to the scene, it was amazing in such a short time how many people actually showed up. nick: police estimate at one point, maybe 200 demonstrators were on scene. the chief say that he believes most of those people were coming from areas outside of that general neighborhood. live in milwaukee, nick bohr, wisn 12 news.
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destruction. been as live there. a powerful image. the budget showing and help clean up the property. then: a small group became bigger. their clean up the garbage out here in the parking lot. it is becoming a sightseeing trip for some people. there sending messages over social media. a lot of people gathering to ge damage. daylight is now showing. the building is completely destroyed. the roof is caved in. a lot of people here to see the damage for themselves. they followed what happened last night. so far, a small crowd. everyone is getting along right now. overall, the people are embarrassed by what took place last night.
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art team coverage continues. it is with matt salemme. patrick: he was live in news chopper 12 -- earlier this morning -- during our overnight coverage. and now he's once again live above the sherman park neighborhood. matt: several people were leaning in this window trying to take photos. just around the corner, three brothers, one of the buildings that was looted last night. bear china cleanout, as well. the windows have been boarded up, the sign torn off. they are here at restocking the items that were taken out and thrown across the parking lot. their sweeping up, trying to get cleanup done at the three brothers tobacco and grocery.
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tried to board up at 30 district but jet beauty. the front door and window have been broken and left open. police are still on the scene. they are trying to get the front windows boarded up. here's the auto parts, o'reilly auto parts. that building is totally devastated, as well. the roof has collapsed. this burn for a long time last night. milwaukee police s o the other scene was the bank building. it is just up the street. cleanup crews are there, as well. the final building that was burned is just on the street near 21st and buried lie. that is p.j.'s supermarket. that was burned about that.
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thema: we got update from milwaukee mayor tom barrett about the effort to get things under control. patrick: the mayor said this is a good neighborhood where people have lived for a long time. officers will work to make sure families are safe. >> we are asking every resident of this community to do everything they can to help us restore order. that there are a lot of young people who are congregating here. if you love your son or daughter, text them, call them, pull them by the ears and get them home. get them home right now. before more damage is done. we do not want to see any more loss of life. we do want to see anymore injuries.
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>> we are calling on everyone to do with a possible he can to help restore the calm. what we want to be gather the information. you have to understand that when we get the info, we share it with the public. there is nothing to hide. we're making sure it gets out there in a timely manner. we we have to go to the process of finding justice. but we have to be able to restore order to these neighborhoods.
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that these situations are happening in. so collectively, we want to call on communities to please participate. thema: we learned that one officer was injured. patrick: multiple squads the milwaukee police department tweeted a photo. you can see the vehicle's windshield was smashed. this was near sherman and auer. the sheriff's office e-mailed us about their response. they say deputies are assisting.
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the e-mail went on to say shots fired. state patrols are assisting on the freeway to allow those patrol deputies to be at the moving scene. several squads have been damaged by subjects at the same. deputies will remain on scene to it assist in restoring order. patrick: police said the unrest started with the officer-involved shooting yesterday. thema: that shooting happened around 3:30 in the afternoon. milwaukee police say two suspects ran away from officers during a traffic stop. during the chase, one of the officers saw one of the suspects, a 23-year-old, had a gun, and fired on that man. the man died at the scene. a large crowd gathered while police investigated and started yelling at officers. the department of criminal investigations is now investigating. the officer, a 24-year-old, was not hurt and has been placed on administrative duty. the other suspect was taken into custody patrick: here is what we know
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sherman and burleigh in milwaukee. three people were arrested, that's according to the mayor. our crews captured at least two people being put into mpd police vans. there have been at least six fires set overnight, including one at a b.p. gas station. that building is destroyed. three people were inside that gas station when the fire started, but they got out safely. police say this all started with a fatal officer-involved shooting, saturday afternoon, near 44th and auer. thema: we'll continue to follow this breaking news in just a moment. patrick: unrest in the milwaukee neighborhood following a police involved shooting. this is one of those spots, and auto parts store. it is burned out. this a live look from news chopper 12. thema: we have a team of reporters in that area the
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>> this is one of the buildings of it was set on fire at last night. the police have been out here this morning, then trying to get warts on the broken windows and front doors. there is a report that is -- there is smoke in the building. the milwaukee fire department is back on the scene with their hoses and a second truck. there are reports that there were still smoldering inside the jet beauty. the fires are extinguished, but it may have reignited. will continue to monitor the situation. back to you. patrick: thank you for that update. we have a team of reporters out this morning covering the situation in milwaukee's sherman park neighborhood. thema: let's check in with wisn 12 news' nick bohr, live near district 3 headquarters. nick: this is the communication
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center for the unrest taking place about 10 blocks from here. those fires started first with cars, including a squad, then moved to buildings, starting with a gas station and moving on to several retail stores, a bank, and a liquor store. the district 3 police headquarters was also the site of an unprecedented midnight news conference here with the mayor and four aldermen -- i later talked with the milwaukee county district attorney john chisholm who arrived here to meet with the mayor and police officials. making sure the investigation into the fatal police shooting is handled independently by the state department of justice, and to oversee any charges that may come from the night of fires and violence. >> any other efforts we can use to calm the situation and make sure that the people responsible for any criminal acts tonight are held accountable.
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continues to monitor the situation. the police presence is much less than we were out here in the 10:00 hour last night. they continue to monitor things from the communication center. the chief of police, ed flynn, was out of town for a funeral. we're told it continues to monitor the situation from out of state. reporting live, nick bohr, wisn 12 news. thema: milwaukee firefighters have been working all night to put out fires near sherman and burleigh. patrick: the b.p. gas station ben showed you earlier was burned to the ground. there were six different fires that we know of, here's a map of most of them. the gas station near sherman and burn alive. -- burleigh.
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this is video from the o'reilly auto parts store near 35th and burleigh. all of this has been taking place in the same general neighborhood -- near sherman and burleigh. just across the street was the jet beauty supply. police put out the flames before they spread to nearby building. we saw the video from news chopper 12. crews were also called to a scene at tj's supermarket. at the liquor store at oak street. the fire department has not said whether all of these fires were intentionally set, we are working to learn how much damage was caused. patrick: we will follow this breaking news all morning. thema: we want to get a check of the forecast. sally: keeping an eye on sunshine this morning.
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from our camera at the milwaukee institute of design. we are at 70 degrees. our meetings are climbing message. you will see plenty in the way of morning sunshine. some causes afternoon. we reach anyone. i'm concerned about the potential for patchy fog late tonight and early monday morning. a couple of clouds monday with highs in the low 80's. we are closing into this mid august week. we are dry this mornin across a straight -- the state this afternoon. that stubborn area of low pressure continues to spin in the gulf of mexico. overall, high pressure influences are weather. a disturbance this afternoon kicks up some cloudiness. we will stay dry today. a quick chance for a shower.
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squeeze out a couple of showers, but i think we will say drive to the afternoon. there is some instability. partly cloudy sky with extra clouds tomorrow afternoon. our forecast for today, 81 for today and tomorrow. a mix of sun and clouds of both days. light west winds today. on tuesday, a heading our wait late tuesday night and into wednesday. these will be fairly scattered overall with many dry hours. a better chance for rain on friday, friday night, and someone persist on thema: thank saturday. you, sally. this morning, we continue to follow breaking news from overnight. patrick: unrest in the streets of a milwaukee neighborhood, following a fatal police shooting. fires and violence overnight. this is the view from news
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the scene at jet beauty, one of the locations that burned. they are in the process of warning out that building. the firefighters are looking for flareups.
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thema: our coverage continues this morning of the breaking news from overnight. patrick: fires, arrests and violence, following a fatal officer involved shooting saturday afternoon. more team coverage with ben hutchison, nick bohr, and sheldon dutes is coming up in just a moment. let's check in with matt in new chopper 12. matt: we show into the b.p. gas station. milwaukee police have said they squad to the scene to keep the crime scene integrity intact. a group of maybe 30 to 50 people have gathered in the adjacent lot. we are told they intend to clean up heart of the neighborhood. this is at the repeat were all the trouble began lessening.
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that had been looted, they are out there at the three brothers tobacco and grocery. that is being cleaned up, as well. meanwhile, the second scene from last night was down here at 35th street and the o'reilly auto parts store was burned, as well as the jet beauty supply store. a flareup occurred inside of that building, and answering to board up the front windows, as well. is the beam will -- bmo branch that was destroyed. firefighters had to break into the second store that story windows to stop that fire, as well. the fifth team is down the road a bit at the 2nd street at bj's supermarket. it was burned.
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milwaukee police has a presence there until the building can be completely boarded up. act to you. thema: our coverage continues of this breaking news from overnight. patrick: he is a live look. folks are trying to help with the cleanup average -- effort. more team coverage with ben, matt salemme in newschopper 12 nick bohr and sheldon dutes is on the way. you' oh, here comes nancy.
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>> wisn 12 news starts right now with breaking news. thema: that breaking news is in milwaukee. unrest in the streets overnight after a deadly officer-involved shooting. buildings and cars destroyed, shots fired, and suspects behind bars. we have live team coverage of the damage left behind this morning. all of this has been taking place in the same general neighborhood, near sherman and burleigh. patrick: let's pull up a map showing some of the other main locations in the surrounding area. firefighters, police, and other agencies responded this morning. it's been a very busy night. police say that order has been restored to that area. right now, newschopper 12 is flying above the sherman park neighborhood. it is a live look showing the
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at the damage down below. we check in with matt salemme in just a moment. thema: our live coverage starts with wisn 12 news' nick bohr -- at district 3 headquarters. patrick: nick has more on the police response. nick: those officers really flooded the area from every district in the city. going about 10 blocks north of here, we are a district 3 at the communications center right now. all of those officers were flooding into that area. we relatively calm for about the last five hours or so. certainly that is good news. police say a social media call really helped to spark this off here, as protesters after the fatal police shooting of unarmed male suspect with a handgun led some to hundred, 300, 400 people at its peak. vehicle fires spread to a gas station in and five other businesses before the night was out.
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back for a time, leading to even more damage, until police were able to restore order with the help of three swat vehicles from milwaukee, milwaukee county, and waukesha county. police were coordinating the response operation from the district 3 police station here. the assistant police chief giving a briefing here at midnight. >> we are monitoring the situation from the communications center. we have our supervisors paying close attention to the calls for service in the rest of the city. we still have officers patrolling the rest of the city. we extended officers on their shifts so that incoming shifts are available to take calls for service. we call officers in from home, we tried to keep the burden on the current patrol force as minimal as possible, so they can continue to police our city and keep our neighborhoods safe.
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telling us there were three arrests, but we saw several fires. evidence from the disturbance will be reviewed by the district attorney's office for possible charges. we hear from the district attorney, john chisholm, coming up in a few minutes. reporting live from district 3 headquarters, nick bohr, wisn 12 patrick: the group coalition for justice has been meeting with community members, saying they will be there to clean. sheldon: they said they would be meeting at 8:00 here in the park, but they are north of us at the b.p. gas station the burn down last night.
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from sherman park. we are in the park, but they are north of us trade the group was supposed to mean here at 8:30 a.m. to meet, clean, and rebuild the city. and to pray for the city. that meeting was supposed to happen around 8:30 a.m. the group posted on their facebook page a little bit of a long message for folks to come out. this is part of that facebook post that they sent out to their followers. part of it last night was not the result of greed or an ignorant display of anger or as some have called it, rather pain and frustration builds up from 400 years of oppression. the rioting and looting that occurred last night in the city of milwaukee is a demand for justice on every level. that's a direct quote from coalition for justice. members of doctors family --
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arrow park. we are in truman part waiting for the group to come. this is where they told people they would be meeting to pray, rebuild, and to clean the city. we are waiting for them to make their way down here comfortably from the b.p. gas station, which is north of where we are set up right now. thema: sheldon, thank you. thema: our team coverage continues with matt salemme. patrick: he was live in news chopper 12, earlier this morning during our overnight coverage. now he's once again live above the sherman park neighborhood. above the auto parts store. matt? matt: giving and assist get the windows boarding up here after the fire deficit of the building. some folks in the parking lot starting to pick up some of the debris, that was the second fire that was set last night. we had a flare up at jet beauty. the fire department came back out, dpw here in the process of doing some cleanup and board up trying to get these buildings secured, so the doors and
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around looking at the site, take video and photos. the lucky police are trying to keep folks from putting ourselves in jeopardy by walking right after that. you can see is definitely a dangerous structure. the roof collapsed, but sections of it are still hanging on. you can see not much supporting the sections that are still hanging on. is not a good idea to go near any of these sites. structures because of all the fire. above truman park in newschopper 12, matt salemme, news chopper 12. patrick: all this started after yesterday's fatal officer-involved shooting near 44th and auer. thema: that shooting happened around 3:30 in the afternoon. milwaukee police say two suspects ran away from officers during a traffic stop. during the chase, one of the officers saw one of the suspects, a 23-year-old, had a gun, and fired on that man. he died at the scene.
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police investigated and started yelling at officers. the department of criminal investigations is now investigating. the officer, a 24-year-old, was not hurt and has been placed on administrative duty. the other suspect was taken into custody that officer-involved shooting and the unrest overnight is something mayor tom barrett says is unsettling. patrick: here's what he said during a rare midnight press conference. tom barrett: we don't want to see anymore loss of life, you want to see -- we don't want to see any more injuries. we are going to stay on this. our police presence is going to be very strong. we are going to work with the community. tomorrow, we will be meeting again with church leaders and community leaders. we are going to make an all-out effort to do everything we can to restore order. this is something that is important to me, as mayor. it's important to the city. i want you to know that this is something that we are going to continue to work on theory hard. -- very, very hard. patrick: this particular neighborhood has seen a number of incidents this summer. at the end of june in the
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between crowds of people and police officers and share's deputies. on one night, officials say about 100 teenagers and adults started throwing bricks at a local business and a county bus. thema: in late july, an employee of the b.p. gas station that burned down had a run-in with teenagers at the store, sparking protests. at one point, he fired a gun in the air near a group of teenagers. he was let go from the store and is charged with disorderly conduct. patrick: on friday night and early rd shot and killed near 40th and fond du lac. the aldermen representing sherman park neighborhood also spoke earlier today. thema: here's what he had to say during that midnight press conference. >> the city has watched this particular neighborhood throughout the entire summer be a powder keg. from incidents in the park, from a murder at the gas station,
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this entire community has sat back and witnessed how milwaukee, wisconsin has become the worst place to live for african-americans in the entire country. this is the warning y. where do we go, as a community, from here? do we continue with the iniquities and the injustice, unemployment, the under education that creates these byproducts that we see this evening? do we continue that? patrick: milwaukee firefighters have been working all night to put out fires in the sherman park neighborhood. thema: we have a map for you of the six fires reported overnight. the first was happened at the b.p. gas station, at sherman and burleigh. that building burned to the ground. firefighters were not able to
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area. crews were able to save the other buildings in the area. patrick: another fire burned, just down the street from there at o'reilly auto parts. that business is at 35th and burleigh. thema: just a few minutes later, another fire was reported at jet beauty supply, also at 35th and burleigh. then, another fire, this time, at the bmo harris bank near fond du lac and burleigh. thema: the last two fires were at two other stores. pj's supermarket at 21st and burleigh. and mjm liquor near 23rd and fond du lac. patrick: buildings, several core fires were reported overnight. here's a look at video from "milwaukee journal sentinel." police in neighboring communities were also alert overnight. thema: wisn 12 news had crews in wauwatosa this morning. outside of mayfair mall. at around 2:00 a.m., police were set up at every building entrance. officials tell us they received threats about the mall on social media. they responded to the mall as a
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as if there were actual incidents. patrick: overnight, we learned that multiple squad cars were damaged and one officer was injured. the vehicle's windshield was smashed. this was near sherman and auer. police say at least three squads were damaged, two of them had broken windows. an officer was hurt when a brick went through the window. another squad car was set on fire. thema: the milwaukee sheriff's office has been working with the police department all night to try to keep the peace. the police department says other -- the shares office says shifts are extended and deputies will remain on scene to assist in providing order. other resources like the waukesha county sheriff's department provided their bear cat, during the unrest. patrick: a recap, at least three people are in custody after overnight fires and other unrest near sherman and burleigh. a gas station is destroyed. several other businesses are badly damaged. police say this all started with a fatal officer-involved shooting, saturday afternoon
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thema: we'll continue to follow this breaking news in just a moment. patrick: but we do want to get a quick check of today's forecast. here's meteorologist sally severson. we are already in the 70's. sally: we are in the 70's, to bidders climbing nicely for this morning. plenty in the way of sunday sunshine in store for us. if you are sure clouds rolled through this afternoon with a weak disturbance. 73 degrees, wind is light and southwest. i expect a light southwest whe see the dew point at 64 degrees. it will likely hold in the mid-60's. a fairly seasonal august day in store for us. we look at the mix of sun and clouds with clouds more prevalent this afternoon. patchy fog laden overnight lows at 67. highs low 80's. patrick: now let's go to wisn 12 news' ben hutchison. thema: he is with the group "coalition for justice" -- near sherman park.
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, to your back of the studio. we just spoke with nate hamilton, who is out here with the coalition for justice. he says that he wants to be able to have change happen within the community, without any violence. he is trying to have that be the case here. he is encouraging good communications with police and relationships with police. you can see the cars over here that are burned out. we are actually send it back to you right now, coming up. thema: thank you. the b.p. gas station damaged overnight is just one of the stories we're reporting on. patrick: unrest in the streets of a milwaukee neighborhood following a police shooting. first responders have been out all my, fighting six different fires in that area. this is one of those scenes at sherman and burleigh. we get a look from matt salemme
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night's events at the sherman park neighborhood. police returned to the b.p., it was concluded burned to the ground. the milwaukee fire department has returned to the jets beauty of the under section of 35th and burleigh because of a flareup. dpw crews are in the process of trying to board up the bmo harris bank. the jets beauty building as well as the o'reilly auto parts store. the scene here had to be -- police and to come back be into the dangerous structure and take video. at this point, you have the scene secure once again. above the scene in newschopper 12, matt salemme, wisn 12 news.
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patrick: welcome back. wisn 12 news time is 8:50. thema: we check in with sally severson in the weather center. sally: the couple is the clouds this afternoon with a weak disturbance. keeping an eye out tomorrow morning with patchy fog for the early morning can you. rain and storm just as force wednesday and once again friday. it looks a little better this
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way of cloudiness. temperatures are climbing nicely well into the 70's. big high pressure in place over much of the west, an overall high pressure will influence our weather. a couple disturbances will come through for us. one today, and other tomorrow and between the two, a few extra clouds. if you are traveling for today along the gulf coast, texas, louisiana, mississippi, alabama, parts of the panhandle, stubborn tropical rains contie orleans, so-called your airline if you are traveling south towards the gulf coast. this is how the sky shapes up during the day today. conditions generally dry and a quick run to around 81 degrees. if you asked a clouds will put it through -- a few extra clouds will give it through. brown deer at 70, 72 bayview, 74 and hales corners, 71 degrees coming in for greenfield. earlier today, temperatures
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cruising for the most part into the low 80's. a lot in the way of sunshine for us this morning. you can see as we move especially into the mid to late afternoon hours, a few clouds streaked through with that disturbance. our model tries to get a couple showers to kick, i don't agree get wet, vicious and isolate a chance we get a stray shower. i really do think most will stay dry. overnight tonight and early tomorrow morning, this is my concern for patchy fog. i don't expect widespread fog it, but we could see chapters co going. tomorrow, another disturbance that brings us a few clouds once again for the afternoon. 81 degrees for both today and tomorrow, with a mix of sun and clouds, a little wet returns to the forecast wednesday and once again friday. thema: we continue to follow breaking news. patrick: a night of unrest. we go to sheldon dutes.
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the area close to the b.p., and i just spoke to nate hamilton with coalition for justice. we going to show you what's happening here, you can see nate holding the loudspeaker and getting interviewed by a reporter. he told me about the meetup the coalition for justice is planning today. they are going to be meeting park neighborhood, this of their also going to focus their efforts on the area of 35th and burleigh, the area that was damaged in the unrest last night. as for the reasons why they are participating in this cleanup and rebuilding of the neighborhood, they did post a message on their facebook, in part it says that what happened last night was not the result of an ignorant display of anger,
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this is what coalition for justice is standing in solidarity four. they plan to rebuild communities after what happened last night. as for the reasons behind the demonstrations and the reasons why the circumstances for that shooting, those are still information we are working to find out as an investigation is still very much ongoing right now. back to you. thema: sheldon dutes, thank you. wisn 12 news time is 8:54. this morning, we continu follow breaking news from overnight. patrick: first, a fatal officer involved shooting. then, fires, violence and arrests in a milwaukee neighborhood, in the hours that followed. here's a look from one of those fire scenes at sherman and burleigh -- a gas station, burned to the ground. our live team coverage continues after the break. you're watching wisn 12 news
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patrick: welcome back to wisn 12 news this morning. today's big story -- breaking news from milwaukee. thema: unrest in the streets after an officer-involved shooting. at least six different buildings were set on fire overnight in milwaukee's sherman park neighborhood. we have a look for you at some of the aftermath from o.b.p. gas station near sherman and burleigh.
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including nearby auto parts store, beauty supply store, and a bmo harris bank branch -- among others. cars were also set on fire. three squad cars were damaged, one officer was hurt. you see that massive police response out there, and flames shooting from those buildings. our coverage continues of this breaking news from overnight. patrick: moore team coverage is on the way.
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